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Joe Rogan has questioned whether two more actors are ‘on the sauce’ as well as Dwayne Johnson
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Joe Rogan has questioned whether two more actors are ‘on the sauce’ as well as Dwayne Johnson

The podcast host loves nothing more than speculating about health and fitness, and now he's questioning the methods of more stars

Joe Rogan has questioned whether two more actors are on steroids after he called for Dwayne Johnson to 'come clean' about using performance-enhancing drugs.

The ever controversial podcast host said there was 'not a chance in hell' The Rock is clean, after the Liver King admitted to using steroids - following years of denial.

Now, Rogan is pointing the finger at others stars.

Speaking on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast, he asked guest Derek: "Do you think Jason Momoa's on the sauce?"

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The founder of the More Plates, More Dates fitness website replied: "I think my conclusion at the time, that was a really iffy one, because the guy is just a built f***ing dude to begin with, with like a big frame.

"But it would be safer to assume than not that he probably did a little something for his peak superhero."

Moving on to Thor actor Chris Hemsworth, Derek claimed he 'sauced it up, 100 percent', and Rogan concurred.

"Yeah, I think so too," he said. "Not that there's anything wrong with that."

Derek added: "Hemsworth packed on like 20 pounds or 30 pounds in a matter of like six months or something absurd.

"Anyway, if you look at him before Thor 1 it was like, a night and day difference. He looked like a surfer dude."

Rogan said he thinks Hemsworth uses steroids.
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Hemsworth recently spoke to UNILAD about the biggest barrier stopping people from getting into shape like him - and unsurprisingly, there was no mention of steroids.

"That initial motivation, I think," he said.

"I was lucky enough to have friends and be in an atmosphere growing up where I was able to partake in a lot of outdoor physical activities. I then had times when I didn't train and I'd do other things, and you know, fall out of shape - and having known what it felt like to be in shape and be healthy, I very quickly went, 'Oh, I want to get back to that.'"

He continued: "I'd say to people - movement creates the motivation. Don't sit around and wait for it to happen. Just get up, just take that first step, just start moving. And in turn, there's a flow-on effect to that, and the more you do it, the more you become addicted to feeling that way. And once you've had a taste of it, it's very hard to go back and have it any other way.

"So surround yourself with likeminded people who have the same sort of attitude, but just have that sort of self-motivation and figure out what's your purpose, why you're doing this.

"And if it's to live a longer, healthier life, live a better life, then there's no other motivation, I think."

Topics: Celebrity, Joe Rogan, Chris Hemsworth, Jason Momoa, Health, Drugs